06-11-2001, 04:57 AM
I was told that Zaino has some pretty cool waxes.
I was told that you could wipe the wax right off after the wax sticks to the car.
I have only used the Zymol carnuba wax on my car after the polish. the results are pretty neat, but I need more shine on my black car.
What about making the tires glossy? what would you recommend?
Zaino does need to dry on the paint before you wipe it off, or it will just smear and streak. In the wrong conditions (cool/humid), it can take 24 hours to dry. In the right conditions, it can dry in less than 15 minutes.
Tires...zaino sells something, Meguire's Endurance Gel, or see www.carcareonline for other suggestions.
06-12-2001, 09:39 AM
1. Use Dawn liquid soap to remove all the wax off the car for a clean surface to start the zaino process, then apply Z1, after that you can either apply z5 or z2 depending on if you have swirls or not, if you do use z5 first wiat5 till it dries and then apply z2, then buff off for deep 3d shine.
It's a lot of work to apply, and it doesn't last very long. It produces fantastic results, but it's best reserved for garage queens. My experience with Zaino is that two coats of Zaino will go twice as long as two coats of any carnauba wax I've ever tried. Try www.carcareonline.com to see if they have any comments about Zymol. They sell it, and they have comments for just about everything they sell.
06-13-2001, 09:00 AM
I'm in the Zymol camp. I like the fact that it's all natural, plus it's allowed me and my garage buddy to win lots of concours trophies. Why ruin a good thing? ;-)
As far as the wheels, try Stoner's More Shine, Less Time. Just spray it on. Great stuff.
Here's my 1st place winner from this weekend, with the aforementioned products applied.